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Submitted by on February 1, 2005 – 2:32 am

Finally, after about a month of having this manga series, I’ve finally finished reading Kodocha (Kodomo no Omocha or Child’s Toy, depending on how you learned about this series if you knew about it)!! I really like this manga series, makes me want to watch the anime now. Since I’m not that great at decripting a story, I’ll just post some of the other reviews:

“Kodomo no Omocha (Child’s Toy) is about a child actress named Kurata Sana and the troubles she encounters with a classmate named Hayama Akito. Her classroom is like a war scene, with a bunch of boys always causing trouble, and guess who the leader of the pack is? Akito. Eventually, Sana is able to tame him, and the two eventually become friends, and is put to the test when Sana’s promise she made with her mother comes into play.” ~The Kodomo no Omocha Fanlisting

“Kurata Sana is a frenetic eleven-year-old child actress with an extremely overprotective agent, a mother who is an eccentric award-winning author, and a burning desire to do well in school. However, as much as she wants to be a good student, the antics of the boys in her class make learning impossible, according to Sana anyway. And in her eyes, Hayama Akito is the worst offender of them all. A junior-high war of the sexes ensues, and Sana eventually realizes through the chaos that Hayama may not be the ‘devil boy’ she’s made him up to be.” ~AnimeNFO.com

“Sana Kurata, a child actress, faces many problems in her classroom, including a major one – her bullying classmate, Akito Hayama. Sana’s outgoing and friendly nature leads her to work towards correcting all of the problems around her. Her ‘meddling’ irritates Hayama but at the same time captivates him, just as Hayama’s gloomy nature irritates Sana and compels her to change him. As these two opposites attract each other, they face many hardships which bring them closer to a mutual understanding.” ~Anime News Network

Also, doing some research, it seems like funimation has picked up on this series, although Funimation isn’t my all time favorite US disturber, but hell, I’ll finally be able to see the series without the need of downloading it because I know it’ll be really sweet, I mean, I love the manga so it got to be the same (especially since there’s 102 eps in this series).

Welp… onto reading more manga.

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